Tag: Cost Per Wear

8 Ways to Style a Black Corduroy Skirt

pink flowers, leopard rain boots, black mini skirt, blush shirt, green army jacket

Ah… My favorite skirt. It’s about time I dedicated a whole blog post to it. This black corduroy skirt was a birthday present from my parents my freshman year of college, and I very distinctly remember unwrapping it in a hotel room in downtown Denver (in this outfit, I might add). But the details aren’t important—what is important is that this skirt has become arguably the most worn item in my closet! It seriously goes with SO much, the corduroy texture is perfect for fall, and I cannot recommend this style enough. Keep scrolling to check out all the ways I’ve worn this skirt on the blog since November 2018! Continue reading “8 Ways to Style a Black Corduroy Skirt”

How to Save Money Shopping with an Excel Spreadsheet

Excel spreadsheet, shopping, cost per wear, saving money

Happy 2020! Have you had to sign anything in the last few days?? I’ve already written “2019” at least twice… You know how it is. With the new year, I wanted to share a few ways you can save money shopping in 2020 by making an Excel cost per wear spreadsheet. I first shared my obsessive Excel clothing spreadsheet in a blog post back in June, and it was such a hit that I wanted to explain how to make your own as we enter the new year. And of course, how to use it to get the most out of your closet and your clothing budget! Continue reading “How to Save Money Shopping with an Excel Spreadsheet”

The Unattainable Goals of a Cohesive Instagram Feed

Instagram feed,

For the last few weeks, I’ve been trying really really hard to curate a cohesive Instagram feed. –Wait, what’s that you say? You haven’t noticed? Yah, I feared as much… In an attempt to boost my Instagram engagement, I figured I should finally give in to the hype over having a color-coded Instagram profile, where all the photos match and share the same color scheme. In theory, it sounds rather difficult. In practice, it’s extremely difficult. Continue reading “The Unattainable Goals of a Cohesive Instagram Feed”